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Great Guitar Tips, Issue #011 -- Information Packed Articles About Guitar
December 12, 2004

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Great Guitar Tips - The World's Most Useable Guitar E-Zine ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A free, monthly E-Zine dedicated to providing you with useful information and tips for your guitar playing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ December 2004 Issue #011 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you like this E-Zine, please do a friend a big favor and pass it on. If a friend DID forward this to you and if you like what you read, please subscribe by visiting... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Table Of Contents

1. News

2. Composer Spotlight - Mauro Giuliani

3. New Pages/Reviews - Music Pad Pro & Recording Equipment

4. How To - Record from CD to MiniDisc

5. Fr/ee Music ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Welcome to the 11th edition of my E-Zine/Newsletter Great Guitar Tips! I hope you find it helpful and enjoyable...

1. News

Hello to all! I hope you've been keeping well. Sorry I've not been in touch lately but I've been quite busy.

As some of you may have noticed I've deleted my "Forum" page as it wasn't quite patronised as I had hoped.

I'm looking to fill that gap soon with a RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feed, which will allow blogging by those that have an interest. Should be up and running within the next 2 to 3 weeks.

I've also built several new pages (see links below) where I've added a couple of reviews to my site. They make for interesting reading. I hope you enjoy them.

Anyhow...let's get on with the show...

2. Composer Spotlight - Mauro Giuliani

Despite being self-taught on guitar, Mauro Giuliani rose above his "station" to become one of the greatest guitar virtuoso's of all time.

Click here for more...

Or here...

3. New Pages/Reviews - Music Pad Pro & Recording Equipment

The MusicPad Pro is a music stand/computer which allows you to scan or download sheet music so that you never have to fuss with paper again. Check out the review here...

Or here for no html email...

And if your looking for great quality recording equipment at great prices, take a look at this page... Or...

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4. How To - Record from CD to MiniDisc

If you want to make your own compilation from cd to minidisc of great classical guitar music for your convenience here's a what the short and easy to understand tutorial says on the subject...

"Transferring CDs to MiniDisc is the number-one reason that people buy MiniDisc recorders. These discs hold the same amount of audio information as CDs (74 minutes), making it simple to duplicate a CD onto a MiniDisc.

But a MiniDisc recorder will also let you rearrange tracks copied from a CD. Better yet, it's possible to create a mix of songs from various CDs so that you can carry your favorites wherever you go.

And when you get tired of your mix, you can just record over it. What more could you ask for?"

Read more... If you haven't got html email here's the link...

And here is the link to buy a minidisc recorder...

Or if you haven't got html email...

5. Fr/ee Music

Here's your music for this month. Hope you enjoy it! Click here... Or paste this extension exactly how it is below into the homepage address...

Study by Guiliani.html

Otherwise you might get one of my other Giuliani pages.

Well that's it for the 11th issue! Please let me know what you think or if you would like a particular topic covered in the future and I'll try to help out.

See you next month & MERRY XMAS!

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